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Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Filegroup Stage A Filegroup Stage A Filegroup A Partition 1,2 Filegroup B Partition 3,4 Filegroup C Partition 5,6 Filegroup D Partition 7,8 Filegroup Stage B Filegroup Stage B 8 Source Data Files 8 Core Server Base Heap StageTable Target Database Partition 2 Destination CI Partition 1 Destination CI Partition 4 Destination CI Partition 3 Destination CI Partition 6 Destination CI Partition 5 Destination CI Partition 8 Destination CI Partition 7 Destination CI 8 Concurrent Bulk Insert Step 1 Base Load Step 1 Base Load Step 2 Stage Insert Step 2 Stage Insert Step 3 Transform Step 3 Transform Step 4 Final Append Step 4 Final Append 8 Heap Stage Table Constraint on CI Part Key 8 Heap Stage Table Constraint on CI Part Key 8 Concurrent Inserts 2 CI Stage Tables 2 sets, 4 concurrent Create Cluster Index with Compression INTO Final Destination 2 sets, 4 concurrent Create Cluster Index with Compression INTO Final Destination Create CI 8 Concurrent Partition Switch Part Switch Destination Partitioned CI Table Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Target Database Primary Partitioned CI Table Current Partition 1 Source Data File Step 1 Incremental Load Step 1 Incremental Load Bulk Insert Slide 10 Slide 11 Filegroup Current Filegroup Historical Target Database Bulk Insert Volatile Holding Tables Primary Partitioned CI Table Partition 1..46 Destination CI Primary View Unions Holding & Primary Tables Step 1 DDL Step 1 DDL Step 2 Primary View Step 2 Primary View 1 Source Data File Step 3 Incremental Load Step 3 Incremental Load Partition 48 Destination CI Partition 47 Destination CI Step 4 Manage Partitions Step 4 Manage Partitions Partitions 47,48 Partitions 1-46 Slide 12 select db_name(ps.database_id) as database_name,object_name(ps.object_id) as table_name,ps.index_id,i.name,cast (ps.avg_fragmentation_in_percent as int) as [Logical Fragmentation],cast (ps.avg_page_space_used_in_percent as int) as [Avg Page Space Used],cast (ps.avg_fragment_size_in_pages as int) as [Avg Fragment Size In Pages],ps.fragment_count as [Fragment Count],ps.page_count,(ps.page_count * 8)/1024/1024 as [Size in GB] from sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats (DB_ID() -- NULL = All Databases, OBJECT_ID('$(TABLENAME)'), 1, NULL, 'SAMPLED') AS ps -- DETAILED, SAMPLED, NULL = LIMITED inner join sys.indexes AS i on (ps.object_id = i.object_id AND ps.index_id = i.index_id) where ps.database_id = db_id() and ps.index_level = 0;